In addition to our view, our club has a number of amenities.
Metro Seattle Gamers caters to an eclectic set of game interests from Euros to RPGs and wargames. Our main space is on wheels, including rolling flip-top tables that can be easily moved to support from two player games, to RPGS, to the largest wargames.
As a convenience to our members and guests, Metro Seattle Gamers maintains a game library of over 300 titles for use by players in the club. This library consists of titles owned by members who find it handy to leave their games at the club and those owned by Dragonflight itself. Most of these games are Euros or strategy games. The wargame selection is limited to games that are playable in a single session; multi-session wargames will be found on the live game storage system or in our members’ personal collections (some of which are extensive). To check a game into or out of the library please contact the General Manager or one of our Facilities Managers. Part of this library is provided to the Dragonflight annual convention to serve as a loaner library.
To inspect the contents of this library please consult our Google Sheet:
Live Game Storage System
Almost unique for any venue supporting gaming, Metro Seattle Gamers offers a shelving system for storing games in progress. If one runs out of time to finish a game, the game can be stored without being taken down. This system allows larger, multi-session games to be played at the club while freeing the club space to be used by others. Most of the games stored on the shelves employ a plexiglass-foamboard sandwich that makes moving the game to the shelf very lightweight. Contact the General Manager to reserve space on these shelves.
Free Wi-Fi Internet service is available to our users. While it is secured, using this network is at one's own risk. The current network password is posted in the Members Only Area of this website and inside the club.
MONITORS AND WHITEBOARD
The club has two wireless monitors and a whiteboard for displaying game information.
DRINKS AND SNACKS
The club sells drinks and snacks and has a microwave, toaster oven, and refrigerators for club and personal use.
Unusual for many areas of Seattle, we have ample free parking in our parking lot and on the street. This is of great aid to our members, some of whom come from as wide a range as Everett to Enumclaw.
Nearby Food Services
Within two blocks walking distance on Nickerson Street: Rooftop Brew Company (beer tasting room with food service provided by a truck 5-8 pm, M-F).
Within four blocks walking distance at Fisherman's Terminal: Bay Café, Highliner Public House, Chinook's at Salmon Bay.
Within four blocks walking distance east of the club on or near Nickerson Street and Seattle Pacific University: Einstein Brothers Bagels, Subway, Byen Baken, Thai Fusion, and the Wick.
Within four blocks walking distance south of the club on 15th Avenue West: La Palma Mexican Restaurant.
Within five minutes' driving along West Dravus Street (south of the club): QFC, Starbucks, Pagliacci’s, Red Mill Burgers, Yasuko’s Teriyaki.
Within five minutes' driving time on West Emerson Place and Gilman Avenue West (west of the club): Café Appassionato Coffee Roastery and Tasting Bar, Sunny Teriyaki, Blue Heron, Teriyaki Bowl, and Midnite Mart.
Within a five minutes drive north to Ballard: Mike's Chili Bar, Pono Ranch Restaurant and Bar, Trader Joe’s, Jack in the Box, Safeway, Ballard Market, Ballard Brothers Seafood, Wendy’s, KFC, McDonald’s, Taco Bell, Taco Del Mar, Mod Pizza, Starbucks, and a multitude of sit down restaurants.